iPad music creation apps are going to be an interesting app market. The potential for new applications to do creative musical composition is huge. Who better to design these applications than musician themselves? Dream Theater’s Jordan Rudless has gotten into the business and designed an iPad music creation app called MorphWiz. The Loop takes a look at this app and gives us more details:
MorphWiz includes a lot of audio and visual feedback. For instance, when you touch the screen, particle bursts show you where you have touched or dragged your finger. The visualizations are cool, but they also show things like when you are in tune, so there’s a practical reason for them too.
Rudess included nearly 75 patches in the app for users that want to get a feel for what he might use. All patches are editable and can be saved in the app. So you can use one of his, or create a new one yourself.
You can also record your sounds and record on multiple layers, allowing you a substantial number of sounds.
Here’s a video of MorphWiz in action:
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